Executive Director Opening - Payette Land Trust

Executive Director 

Payette Land Trust

McCall, Idaho

The Payette Land Trust seeks a qualified and motivated individual to fill a part-time position of Executive Director. The Executive Director is the chief executive officer and works under the guidance of the Board of Directors. Primary responsibilities include land acquisition, budgeting, communications including website management and IT presentations, education, fund raising, marketing, organizing, meeting management, and reporting. A 4-year degree, preferably in natural resources management, business administration or a related field and /or experience in resource management, business, non-profit management, fundraising, real estate, marketing or a related field. Wage is based on education and experience. Please contact Board President Rick Fereday at aviator81t@gmail.com for full job description and/or to submit cover letter, resume and 3 references. This position will remain open until filled.

Wood River Land Trust's Student Conservation Council is happy to announce the Student Film Festival: What's Your Idaho?

Wood River Land Trust's Student Conservation Council is happy to announce the Student Film Festival: What's Your Idaho?  All Idaho 7th - 12th grade students are encouraged to submit 2-8 minute films describing why they love the lands of Idaho. Whether it's hunting, biking, rodeo, skiing, or fishing, we want to see what gets you excited about calling Idaho home. The top films will be screened at the Limelight Hotel on Friday, May 11 from 6:30-8:30 pm. The best student filmmakers will be named and receive prizes at the event. Submit films and learn more about the screening here: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/WhatsYourIdaho

Preserving Silver Creek's Agricultural Heritage

Preserving Silver Creek's Agricultural Heritage

Preserving Silver Creek's Agricultural Heritage.  The Molyneux family has been farming in the area since the 1950s. Today's conservation efforts ensure this tradition can be carried on for generations to come.
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